Teams have been allowed to sign players to 10-day contracts for only slightly more than a month, and 25 players have already become 10-day recipients, more than half of the total of 41 who were on 10-day deals last season. The Knicks have signed three players for the rest of the season after handing out sets of two 10-day contracts to each of them.
Even when 10-day deals are less plentiful, the bulk of the signings that take place in the NBA between this point in the season and April are usually of the 10-day variety, and we’ll be keeping on top of all of them. Hoops Rumors has created a database that allows you to track every 10-day signing all season long. The 10-Day Contract Tracker includes information on all 10-day contracts signed from the 2006/07 season on, giving you a chance to identify trends regarding your favorite teams and players. The search filters in the database make it easy to sort by team, player and year. You can even see whether a player and team signed a second 10-day contract, and if the short-term deals led to an agreement that covered the rest of the season.
For instance, if you want to see how many 10-day deals Lou Amundson has signed over the course of his career, you can find that information here. Similarly, if you want to see all the 10-day contracts the Bulls have signed in recent years, you can do so here.
A link to our 10-Day Contract Tracker can be found at any time in the Tools menu at the top of the page, or in the right sidebar under “Hoops Rumors Features.” We’ll be keeping it up to date for the rest of the season, so be sure to check back to keep tabs on the latest signings as they become official.